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45- Water proofing agents (a) increases contact angle between the water and the surface in contact with the water (b) decreases contact angle between of water and the surface (c) reduces surface tension of the water (d) reduces the viscosity of water 46-For incompressible materials the value of the Poisson ratio is (a) zero (b) -1 (c) 0.5 (d) -0.5 47- A uniformly dense solid ball of radius R is allowed to fall in a viscous liquid. The rate of dissipation of heat due to the viscous forces, after the ball attains terminal motion, is proportional to the (a) R2 (b) R5 (c) R3 (d) R6 48- A ring of radius R is made of a material of density and youngs modulus Y. The ring is rotated about an axis passing from its center and normal to the plane of the ring, with angular speed . The change in the length of the ring is found to be proportional to a Rb c / Y . The value b equals (a) 1 (b) zero (c) 2 (d) 3 49- Two cylindrical rods X and Y are made of same material but all the dimensions of the rod Y is double of that of X. Both are hanging under gravity with their upper end fixed. Elongations in the lengths of the rods X and Y due to their weights will be in ratio (a) 1:1 (b) 1 : 2 (c) 1 : 4 (d) 1:8 50- An ideal liquid is filled in a tank ( with open top) of uniform cross section. Two small holes are made in the sides of the tank along same vertical line at heights 10 cm and 25 cm from the bottom of the tank. The liquid streams coming out of the two holes intersect each other at the level of the bottom of the tank. The height up to which the tank contains the liquid, is (a) 50 cm (b) 35 cm (c) 70 cm (d) 30 cm 51- A uniform solid rod of length 100cm is hinged at its lower end which is at depth 30 cm below water surface. In the equilibrium, the rod is inclined at angle from the vertical. The ratio of the buoyancy force on the rod to that of its weight equals (a) 10 sin / 3 (b) 5 sin / 3 (c) 5 cos / 3 (d) 10 cos / 3

52- A capillary of length 5 h/4,with uniform cross section and open at the both ends, when dipped in a liquid with h/5 length inside the liquid, the liquid rises by height h. Now the same capillary is taken out and its upper end is sealed and then the capillary is dipped in the same liquid with h/4 length inside the liquid and h height in air. Now the capillary rise is only up the height h/2 only. The temperature of the air in the capillary remains constant. The atmospheric pressure equals h0 height of the liquid column. Then h0 equals (a) h /6 (b) h /3 (c) h /4 (d) 2h /3 53- A string of the length 90 cm, is fixed at the both ends. It is under tension. It is oscillating due to stationary wave in 2nd overtone. The amplitude of the medium particles, at distances 5 cm and 40 cm from one end , will be in ratio (a) (b) (c) 1/3 (d) 3/2

SECTION-2 ( Assertion & Reason type ) In this section four questions are given and each question is followed by two statements. In the answer sheet, mark (a) if both the statements are true and statement 2 is correct explanation of the statement 1 (b) if both the statements are true but statement 2 is not correct explanation of the statement 1 (c) if the statement 1 is true but the statement 2 false (d) if the statement 1 is false but the statement 2 is true. 54- Statement 1 : Surface tension of water is increased by the detergents.

because Statement 2 : The presence of surface tension in a liquid reduces its tendency to spread on the cloth

surface. 55- Statement 1 : The Bernoulli equation is not applicable to the viscous liquids.

because Statement 2 : The viscous forces cause loss of the mechanical energy .

56- Statement 1 : A spherical body is released in a viscous liquid at the time t =0. If at time t = 5 sec, velocity is 5 cm /sec, the velocity at t = 10 will be lesser than 10 cm/sec. because Statement 2 : The viscous force on the spherical body is proportional to the radius of the sphere. 57- Statement 1: Equal amount of heat is given, to two identical gas samples X and Y which are in identical thermal states also , at constant pressure and constant temperature respectively. The final volume will be more for the sample Y because Statement 2 : In the isothermal expansion all heat absorbed is utilized in doing work only while during expansion at constant pressure, some heat is used to raise the. internal energy also.

This section contains two paragraphs. Each paragraph is followed by 3 questions with their multiple options for their answers. Choose the only one options which is most correct. Paragraph-1 A uniformly dense cylinder of length L, density and area of cross section A, is hanging with upper end supported. The youngs modulus of the cylinder material is Y. 58-The longitudinal strain in the cylinder at height z ( < L ) from the lower end will be given by the expression (a) g (L-z) (b) g (L-z) /Y (c) g z /Y (d) g (L-z)/A 59- Ratio of the elongation due to the gravity , in the upper half to that of the elongation in the lower half will be (a) 1 : 1 (b) 2 : 1 (c) 1 : 2 (d) 3 : 1 60-Let the elongation in the upper half is x0 . Now the lower half is removed. The upper half will now contract by (a) x0 /2 (b) x0 /3 (c) 2x0 /3 (d) 3x0 /4 Paragraph-2 A tank contains two immiscible liquids A and B of densities and 2 such that the liquid A has thickness L /4 and floats over the liquid B whose thickness is large enough. A uniformly dense cylinder of length L, density and M is slowly placed on the liquid surface and gradually released so that the cylinder finally

floats wirh certain length in space. 61- In the floating condition ,the length of the cylinder sbmerged in the liquid B is (a) 3 L /8 (b) 3 L /4 (c) L /4 (d) zero 62- If the cylider is slightly is pushed inside from the floating condition and released, it oscillates with angular frequency (a) ( g / L )1/2 (b) ( 2 g / L)1/2 (c) (0.5g / L)1/2 (d) zero 63-From the floating condition of the cylinder, a persons gradually pushes the cylinder downward till top end of the cylider touches the top surface of the liquid A. In this process, the work done by the person will be (a) 9 M g L / 32 (b) 3 M g L/ 32 (c) 9 M g L / 64 (d) none of these

SECTION-4 ( Matrix- Match Type ) 64-The nature of meniscus of a liquid in a container or the comparison between the cohesion and adhesion

force or the shape of liquid drop or bubble are given in the following column I and some statements are given in the column II relating to the items in the given in the column I . Match the items in the column I with the correct descriptions given in the column II and indicate your answer by darkening appropriate bubbles in the 4 x 4 matrix given . Column I (a) concave upward meniscus (p) acute contact angle (b)cohesion among liquid molecules (q) liquid rises in the capillary is much larger than adhesion between the liquid and container molecules (c) convex upward meniscus (r)contact angle obtuse (d) ellipsoidal drop formed on a table (s) mercury in glass tube 65-A solid ball of mass M , density three times the density of a viscous liquid is released in the liquid at time t =0 with negligible velocity. Some parameters related to the motion of the sphere are mentioned in the following column I and some values or the statements regarding the items in the column I , are given in the column II. Match the items in the column I with the correct descriptions given in the column II and indicate your answer by darkening appropriate bubbles in the 4 x 4 matrix given Column I Column II (a) Resultant force on the sphere (p) decreases with time t (b) velocity of the sphere (q) increases with time t (c) viscous force (r) becomes zero after long time (d) magnitude of the ratio of the (s) will be of magnitude Mg /3 acceleration to the speed of the definitely at some moment of motion. sphere. 66-Four pipes, carrying flowing liquid from the section x towards y, are shown in the column I. All pipes are laid horizontal . All pipes carry ideal liquid except the first pipe which carry viscous liquid. First two pipes are of uniform cross sections. Some properties or parameters about these gas samples are mentioned in the column I and some values or statements are given in the column II. Match the items in the column I with the correct descriptions given in the column II and indicate your answer by darkening appropriate bubbles in the 4 x4 matrix given . Column I Column II

(A) (B) (p) pressure decreases fro m x to y (q) pressure does nonzero work on the liquid contained in the pipe between the sections x and y

(C)

(r) resultant force on the liquid contained in the pipe between the sections x and y is zero (d) resultant force on the liquid contained in the pipe between the sections x and y is directed opposite to the flow direction

(D)

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